Tactile-direction-sensitive and stretchable electronic skins based on human-skin-inspired interlocked microstructures.

@article{Park2014TactiledirectionsensitiveAS,
  title={Tactile-direction-sensitive and stretchable electronic skins based on human-skin-inspired interlocked microstructures.},
  author={Jonghwa Park and Youngoh Lee and Jaehyung Hong and Youngsu Lee and Minjeong Ha and Youngdo Jung and Hyuneui Lim and Sung Youb Kim and Hyunhyub Ko},
  journal={ACS nano},
  year={2014},
  volume={8 12},
  pages={
          12020-9
        }
}
Stretchable electronic skins with multidirectional force-sensing capabilities are of great importance in robotics, prosthetics, and rehabilitation devices. Inspired by the interlocked microstructures found in epidermal-dermal ridges in human skin, piezoresistive interlocked microdome arrays are employed for stress-direction-sensitive, stretchable electronic skins. Here we show that these arrays possess highly sensitive detection capability of various mechanical stimuli including normal, shear… CONTINUE READING
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